Harambee Starlets are hopeful of beating Ghana in their quest for 2020 Olympics Qualifications.
Assistant head coach Jackeline Juma says her side has all it takes to jump over the hurdle when they face each other in October, for the most coveted spot.
“I believe in my players’ readiness to get another win and proceed to the last round. Ghana is a tough team since we played against them in 2016 and managed 1-1 draw but with enough zeal and practice we shall be able to perform in the game,” she said.
She was speaking at Utalii grounds on Monday, September 23, where the Starlets reported for their first-day training session in readiness for the duel.
Striker Mwanahalima Adam also promised a good show while urging her colleagues to stay focused ahead of the battle.
“I only urge my teammates to keep the momentum they had that led to our win against Malawi and we shall get a positive result against Ghana,” she said.
On her part, midfielder Vivian Corazone Aquino, called upon fans to offer them support as they do their best in the competition.
“To the fans, I urge them to come in large numbers and support us as we play Ghana since it serves a great motivation to us as the players,” she said.
The first leg of the qualifiers is set for October 4, 2019, in Ghana while the second leg will be played on October 8, at Kasarani Stadium.